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Published books pertaining to Victor Post's career

File consists of three published books pertaining to Victor Post and his career:

"Hasselblad", 1981, is a book about the Hasselblad camera. This is a type of camera used by Victor Post extensively. The museum also has in its artifact collection some Hasselblad cameras from Victor Post.

"One Hundred & Thirty Sixth Annual International Print Exhibition Catalogue 1992" is a catalogue produced by the Royal Photographic Society. One of Victor Post's photos is featured on page 25, entitled "The Sentinel". Victor Post was also a member of the Royal Photographic Society.

"Canadian Who's Who", 1997, volume XXXII, is an encyclopedia about prominent Canadians. There is an entry about Victor Post in this edition.

Arrival to and departure from Edmonton

File consists of photographs of the Pope's arrival to and departure from Edmonton at the Canadian Forces Base Edmonton (Namao). The Pope is greeted by Archbishop Joseph MacNeil, Archdiocese of Edmonton, and other dignitaries, such as Lieutenant Governor, Helen Hunley, and Premier Don Getty and Mrs. Getty.

Papal stopover of Pope John Paul II

Subseries consists of photographs of Pope John Paul II's stopover in Edmonton in September of 1987 at the end of his US fall tour. The Pope spent the night of September 19 at a Grey Nuns residence in Edmonton before flying to Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories on September 20. The trip to Fort Simpson was a makeup date for the Pope's missed scheduled stop on his 1984 Canadian Tour.

Akinsdale looking northeast, Aug 1996

Depicts St. Albert Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Welcome centre, Akinsdale neighborhood including Akinsdale Kinex arenas, Elmer S. Gish school. Akinsdale Arena was renamed Jarome Iginla Arena on Aug. 25, 2019.

Poundmaker's Lodge, [1984-199-]

The Edmonton Indian Residential School (Poundmaker), which was in operation from 1924 - 1968. This area would become the home of the Poundmaker Lodge rehabilitation centre. The school building depicted here was burned down in 2000.

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